The arrival of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's newborn daughter at a Manhattan hospital has inconvenienced a man who says the couple's security team has prevented him from visiting his two prematurely-born twin girls.
Speaking with the New York Daily News, 38-year-old Neil Coulon of Brooklyn says the security team has repeatedly stopped him from visiting the neonatal intensive care unit at Lenox Hill Hospital.
"These are children with problems in intensive care and you're just going to take over the hospital like you own it? All I want is an apology," he says.
A spokeswoman for the hospital told the Daily News she was unaware of any complaints regarding Beyoncé and Jay-Z's security staff until the newspaper brought it to her attention.
The Daily News has reported that Bey and Jay paid the hospital 1.3 million dollars to seal off a wing of the hospital to assure their privacy. Their child, reportedly named Blue Ivy Carter, was born Saturday night.
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